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Submitted by HanCilliers 928d ago | news

The Walking Dead, alternative launch trailer

Luke Ritson, a motion graphics designer and editor, is known for his alternative video game launch trailers. He has the ability to capture the essence, the heartbeat of a game and to combine the collective moments that highlight that heartbeat into a single trailer experience.

He made a trailer for The Walking Dead, the game that has redefined gaming in 2012. Ritson strikingly displays the horror the characters face and the beauty of the relationship between Lee and Clementine in the trailer. (Culture, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day")

Choc_Salties  +   928d ago
Still one of those games i need to get into, but so far what i've seen, looking really good
bosbvok  +   928d ago
Beautifully done!
HoldenZA  +   928d ago
love walking dead <3
PandaMcBearface  +   928d ago
I haven't even played the game and that nearly had me in tears. I'm so lame.
HanCilliers  +   928d ago
awww
HanCilliers  +   928d ago
It's a must play

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